Sign up for our parish Christmas Card

You can support St. Peter’s and wish your fellow parishioners a very Merry Christmas too!. Sign up for our parish Christmas Card. For a donation of $15 (or more if you would like), you can add your name to a beautiful card with an original icon written by Fr. Anthony Salzman. Fr. Anthony has graciously […]

OCF to Present Interfaith Debate at University of Maryland

From the Antiochian Archdiocese website. The Orthodox Christian Fellowship of UMBC, in collaboration with the Secular Student Association of UMBC, is excited to present to the campus community and the general public a debate entitled, “The Source of Human Morality: Interfaith Debate.” How do we define morality? Do people need God to be moral? If […]

Patriarch Celebrates Historic Liturgy in Ancient Monastery

Orthodox Christians held the first Divine Liturgy in almost 90 years at an ancient monastery on the side of a Turkish mountain Sunday, after the government allowed worship there in a gesture toward religious minorities. At least 1,500 pilgrims, including from Greece and Russia, traveled to the Byzantine-era monastery of Sumela for the service led […]

Vesperal Liturgy at St. Paul’s on September 7 at 6:30pm

I apologize for this late notice but I was informed earlier today that a Vesperal Liturgy commemorating the Nativity of the Theotokos will be held at St. Paul Antiochian Church tomorrow, Tuesday, September 7 at 6:30pm (get map to St. Paul’s). Some background (from: Orthodoxwiki): The Nativity of the Theotokos is one of the Great […]

Latest St. Peter Epistle

Make sure to check out the latest St. Peter Epistle.